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  1. Mitaxe

    Thomas Francis Dorsey Jr. (November 19, – November 26, ) was an American jazz trombonist, composer, conductor and bandleader of the big band era. He was known as the "Sentimental Gentleman of Swing" because of his smooth-toned trombone playing. His theme song was I'm Getting Sentimental Over sukabermidocaphanrietihosalbi.coinfo technical skill on the trombone gave him renown among other .
  2. Vukus

    No doubt a very representative CD of one of the top five big bands from the big band era. However, I would like to point out there is a collection of live broadcast recordings of TD's band covering the period from thru , which is one of the best recordings of any big band from that era, not to mention being arguably the best band TD ever assembled during his illustrious career/5(20).
  3. Toktilar

    Singers were important in Dorsey’s band from the start, and many early recordings featured the popular baritone Jack Leonard. But the crooner Dorsey hired in January —a year-old named Frank Sinatra—was the band’s main attraction for nearly three years. In later years, Sinatra acknowledged his debt to Dorsey and frequently cited him as his main musical influence in terms of.
  4. Grorisar

    Both Tommy and his brother, former Swing Band partner (and now competitor) Jimmy Dorsey, recorded "Robins and Roses." Jimmy also waxed a version of "This is the Beginning of the End," the big hit for Tommy and boy crooner Frankie Sinatra.
  5. Ganris

    Jimmy would go on to lead his own orchestra from there almost to the time of his death at age 53 on June 12, , chalking up hit singles from to , while Tommy outpaced him with hits from to (in , two after his death at age 51 on Nov 26, ), The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra Starring Warren Covington would add 2 more 5/5(1).
  6. Jujind

    There Are Such Things. Big Band: Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, 2m 45sec.
  7. Gobei

    This Is Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra, Vol. 1 is the first of two volumes originally released in a series by RCA Victor, which was created in response to a resurgence in big band recreations during the late '60s and early '70s, and is a reissue of 20 famous recordings by Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra. The album was subsequently re-released in by Collectables Records.
  8. Mikagami

    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Featuring Jimmy Dorsey - The Beat Of The Big Bands at Discogs. Complete your Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Featuring Jimmy Dorsey collection/5(13).
  9. Nilkree

    Jul 29, · Also in , crooner Frank Sinatra waxed the last of his 90 recordings with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra on RCA Victor. His last side was There are Such Things, which became #1 the following January. Sinatra moved on to the Columbia label () as a solo singing sensation.

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